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|Provision under which a fee is payable||Purpose of application||Fee|
|1. In the case of a solid substance for which by virtue of an Order in Council made under section 19 of the Petroleum (Consolidation) Act 1928 a licence is required, the fee payable under this Schedule shall be calculated as if one kilogram of the substance were equivalent to one litre.|
|2. The fee payable for a licence of more or less than one year’s duration shall be the fee set out above increased or decreased, as the case may be, proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence is granted or renewed.|
|Petroleum (Consolidation) Act 1928(1)|
|Section 4 (see Notes 1 and 2)||Licence to keep petroleum|
|spirit of a quantity—|
|not exceeding 2,500 litres||£40 for each year of licence|
|exceeding 2,500 litres but not exceeding 50,000 litres||£55 for each year of licence|
|exceeding 50,000 litres||£115 for each year of licence|
|Petroleum (Transfer of Licences) Act 1936(2)|
|Section 1(4)||Transfer of petroleum spirit licence||£8|
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